Timothy J. Stanley


Timothy J. Stanley
Cross-Appointment Professor and Emeritus Professor

Room: LMX 430

Work E-mail: timothy.stanley@uottawa.ca

Timothy J. Stanley


I teach and research antiracism education. As a historian of the Chinese in Canada, I am particularly interested in the relations between histories of racist exclusion, historical representation and contemporary racisms. I work with texts, both using historical methodologies and critical discourse analysis. I supervise thesis students who are researching historical topics or contemporary racisms and who work with written documents.


Stanley, T. J. (2020). Witnessing Exclusion: Oral histories, historical provenance and antiracism education.

Stanley, T.J. (2017). Kishizo Kimura and the Articulations of a Society Structured in Dominance.

Stanley, T.J. (2016). John A. Macdonald, “the Chinese” and Racist State Formation in Canada.

Stanley, T.J. (2011). Contesting White Supremacy. School Segregation, Anti-Racism, and the Making of Chinese Canadians.

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